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    Ryan Zurrer
    General Partner, Polychain Capital

      John Clippinger Ph.D.
      Research Scientist, MIT Media Lan, CEO, ID3, Distinquished Fellow, IFTF

      Michael Terpin
      CEO Transform Group, BitAngels, Coinovate

        Vinay Gupta
        Founder of Hexayurt.Capital and Internet of Agreements

          Christina Frankopan
          CEO of Protozoa, Advisor Firestartr, RSA Fellow

            Jane Zhang
            CEO of Shellcoin and Skyledger

            Eddy Travia
            CEO at Coinsilium, Co-founder at Block Chain Space

            Richard Kastelein
            Blockchain News, Cryptoalchemy, Blockchain Partners

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            9:00 am
            Registration and Coffee at the Expo

            Registration and Coffee at the Expo

            An hour pre-event to register, mingle, sign up and get ready for the big day!

            10:00 am
            Token Exchanges and Digital Assets for Social & Economic Good: Some Provocations and Proposals

            KEYNOTE - John Clippinger Ph.D.

            John Clippinger from MIT gives us insight into tokenization and the potential of to create network value in new ways. He believes this new phenomenon has the potential to re-invent some of the most basic, sacrosanct and cherished beliefs and principles of industrial democracy and market capitalism. The introduction of cryptocurrencies and digital assets in general has forever transformed global finance and the role of central, commercial, investment, merchant and retail banks. It has also transformed currency and commodity exchanges by fundamentally changing how assets of any kind are verified, valued, priced, and exchanged. It has not only eliminated the need for third party intermediaries through the blockchain and decentralized and autonomous authentication, clearing, and verification, it has also introduced a new kind of highly mutable asset class, the “digital asset”, that can “shape shift” into any kind or combination of assets, eg. a dynamic derivative, depending upon data driven criteria that are overseen - autonomously by “smart contracts”.

            10:45 am
            VC and the Cryptocurrency Revolution – Engage or Deny ICOs?

            PANEL - Eddy Travia, Jamie Burke MODERATER - Christina Frankopan

            Venture capitalists, who generally have been standoffish to the ICO phenomenon are now becoming more interested for a number of reasons. One is profits – cryptocurrency investors are making huge returns on not only Bitcoin and Ether but also emerging cryptocurrencies born from ICOs. Ethereum doubled in just a few days in March. Yes in three days, people who invested in Ether doubled their money. Some cryptocurrency investors are earning massive ROI in weeks and this fact is spinning VC heads. Liquidity is the second reason VC are interested. Rather than tying up vast amounts of funds in a startup or Unicorn and waiting for the long play – an IPO or acquisition –  they can see gains quicker in ICOs and pull profits out easily.

            11:30 am
            Coffee Break

            Coffee Break

            Take a break, meet some folks and drink some coffee or tea.

            1 pm
            Networking Lunch

            Lunch

            Networking Lunch at 13:00-14:00

            12:00 pm
            Meet the People Doing ICOs, Not Talking About Them

            PANEL - George Mcdonaugh, Moderator - Jake Vartanian

            Meet some of those who have done ICOs or planning to do an ICO in the near future. For Blockchain startups it’s a win-win - there’s no equity stakeholders breathing down their necks and there’s many feel there’s finally a solution for non profit foundations who want to build open source software to find capital. As they hold a percentage of the total cryptocurrency in circulation (usually 10-20 percent) they also have a vested interest in building more value.Over 270 million dollars has been raised in ICOs since 2013 according to Smith and Crown (not including the $150 million raised in The DAO which was returned).  Since 2013 there’s been about two billion dollars invested in Blockchain and Bitcoin startups from the VC community. ICOs are becoming more and more popular for startups seeking to get out of the self-funding, bootstrapping starvation mode and avoid being locked in by venture capitalists and watching their equity drowned in a sea of rounds. ICOs are dominating the overall crowdfunding charts in terms of funds raised with half the top 20 raises coming from the crypto-community.

            130 pm
            Marketing 101 – How to Promote a Token Launch

            Marketing 101 - Bounty Programmes and SMM

            Marketing can make or break a token launch campaign. Marketing tactics in the cryptosphere range from signature bounty campaigns and slack channels, to tapping into traditional institutional investors. As this landscape is rapidly evolving, we have brought together the most forward-thinking minds in the CryptoFinancing community to discuss various growth and awareness opportunities for ICOs. Not only will we discuss where success has been found so far, but we will also speak to how these experts see the future of the space developing. Other points will include providing job opportunities to people in emerging countries, and the power of international campaigns.

            12:30 pm
            Keynote: Blockchain Capital and The World’s First VC ICO

            Keynote: TBA

            American Brock Pierce and his VC team from Blockchain Capital recently decided to take a chance at disrupting their own industry by doing their own ICO - the world's first KYC AML compliant crowdsale. He raised 20 percent of his firm's next fund by selling digital tokens to investors last week, pulling in $10 million in six hours. But it was not that easy– he had to incorporate the entity doing the ICO in Singapore and utilise Regulation S and D exemptions with the SEC in order to raise money from international investors as well as domestic investors. For the US, that limited them to a mere 99 accredited American investors while the rest of the world could invest as much as they want.   “It's my belief that in the next 10 or 20 years no startup in the world will be financed in any way other than as a token, Pierce told American Banker.

            11 am
            Creating New Possibilities of Value Through Digital Token Design

            KEYNOTE - Jake Vartantian

            With the sudden influx of token launches, very little innovation has taken place in the design of token models and ecosystems.  While the lack of variation may produce the same result of the offering party, i.e. capitalization, recent launches such as TokenCard  and Bancor Protocol have shown that new possibilities in the design of the token model itself can both return and create new value for the investor or contributor, as first proposed by Friedrich von Hayek in The Denationalization of Money. This talk will both explore some recent innovations and experiments, as well as address a broad overview of the philosophy of value creation in token design itself.

            2 pm
            Regulation and Self-Regulation in the CryptoFinancing World

            PANEL - TBA

            Regulation and/or Self Regulation? ICOs are the Wild West of financing – they sit in a grey zone where the SEC in the USA and many other regulatory bodies are still investigating. The main problem is, most ICOs don’t actually offer equity in the venture,  therefore are outside of traditional legal frameworks when it comes to securities. They only offer discounts on cryptocurrency before they hit the exchanges after the ICO, therefore do not fit into the current definition of a security. Secondly, they are global instruments, not national ones and they are funded using Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies which are not controlled by any central authority or bank. Anyone can invest and they can even do so pseudo-anonymously. Currently there’s no Anti-Money Laundering (AML) or Know Your Customer (KYC) framework though some companies are working on that such as Tokenmarket, who has teamed up with the Stock Market of Gibraltar to offer KYC and AML compliant ICOs.

            5 pm
            Networking and Drinks

            Networking and Drinks - TBA

            Networking and Drinks TBA

            4 pm
            Cryptovalley in Zug, Switzerland and Domiciling your ICO

            KEYNOTE - TBA

            Cryptovalley is centred in the Swiss canton of Zug offers a unique area to live and create, where innovation, traditional values, multicultural mindset, economy and nature meet.  Companies domiciled here include the Ethereum Foundation, Melonport AG, Modum.io, Monetas AG, SingularDTV, Shapeshift and many others. Cryptocurrencies, Blockchain, Digital Identities/ Certificates, encryption algorithms and other innovative technologies drive the social and economic process of digitalization. They foster the free and uncomplicated B2B and B2C exchange of goods and value and suppert they support stability, trust and security in the web and in the economy. Zug offers well educated knowledge workers, stability and an excellent infrastructure with a high standard of living, high security and a beautiful clean environment. Zug also offers a unique level of creativity, a robust platform for innovative growth due to an unusually open mindset of local stakeholders (government, education, tax authorities, Venture Capital, etc.), and an easily accessible network to many leading global companies headquartered based in the canton.

            12 pm
            Open Source Software, Foundations and Structuring the Project

            KEYNOTE - Richard Kastelein

            For Blockchain startups it’s a win-win - there’s no equity stakeholders breathing down their necks and there’s many feel there’s finally a solution for non profit foundations who want to build open source software to find capital. As they hold a percentage of the total cryptocurrency in circulation (usually 10-20 percent) they also have a vested interest in building more value. Kastelein will talk about the how ICOs are the future of crowdfunding and crowdsourcing as well as some ways to structure ICOs and where to domicile them. 

            9 am
            ICO Software – Tools and Platforms to Run an Token Sale

            PANEL - TBA

            In the beginning ICOs were announced on Bitcointalk and managed using one-off bespoke software that is expensive to build and manage. However there are several emerging players in the market who are offering end to end platforms and new governance systems to manage anything from small token sales to full blown DAOs. This panel has some of these emerging companies and they will explain to you why the industry needs more platforms and structure to help streamline and consolidate the processes which bring new ideas to market via ICO funding.

            10 am
            ICOs and Due Dilligence – Slamming the Scammers

            PANEL - TBA

            What traditional investors don’t like is regulatory uncertainty, high valuations and over-capitalization, lack of controls and lack of business use cases. And like any industry, the ICO arena has had its fair share of outright scams, pump and dumps and blatant Ponzi schemes.  However much of the criminal activity is now being mitigated by self-organised crowdsourced due diligence in the community and external parties such as ICO Countdown, Smith and Crown and ICO Rating who perform deep analysis on the ICOs and are helping stomp out the scammers.  The community also does their own crowdsourced due dilligence on a number of forums such as BitcoinTalk and Reddit and often drill down deeply doing some of the best investigative work

            12 pm
            Blockchain Capital and The World’s First VC ICO

            KEYNOTE - TBA

            Blockchain Capital plans to do something that could change the way companies get funded—and perhaps even the way they operate. Instead of an Initial Public Offering, in which a company sells stock via a regulated exchange like Nasdaq, the San Francisco-based VC firm is making an Initial Coin Offering, selling its own digital token as a way of raising money for its latest venture fund. Anyone who buys a token will be buying into the fund. The firm will raise funds through the creation and sale of a blockchain-based token called "BCAP". The company plans to initiate the sale via an ICO, and tokens will represent shares of a new fund that is being created and which will be called Blockchain Capital III Digital Liquid Venture Fund, LP. This type of token sale is a first for venture capital funds and represents the latest in a trend among token creators. What is behind this trend and what does Blockchain Capital hope to gain from this venture?

            1 pm
            Networking Lunch

            Networking Lunch

            Networking Lunch at 13:00-14:00

            2 pm
            Digit Asset Portfolio Management

            PANEL - TBA

            Building a digital asset portfolio today is reserved for those who have time to manage many private keys and passwords. There are multiple pathways towards a more sustainable solution that would be accessible to a wider range of people. This panel will explain the various paths that different projects are taking to securing user’s funds and exposing them to wide spectrum of what is available in the cryptospace. Some of the key discussion in this panel will be focused around centralized vs decentralized storage, representation of the price of stored tokens utilizing various price oracles, and fair models for performance fees amongst fund managers.

            3 pm
            Cryptocurrency Investors – Whales Tales, Traders, Speculators and the Cryptocommunity

            KEYNOTE - TBA

            Who's investing in these ICOs and why? Here we have one of the world's top experts on ICOs talk about the community that invests, why they are investing and what kind of returns they are making on their investments. Less than 1000 people own 1000 or more Bitoin and some own into the tens of thousands worth tens of millions of euro, pounds and dollars. Most are in China. Who are the people in the cryptocommunity and why are gambling on ICOs?

            4 pm
            ICOs in China – Gambling in China is Officially Illegal. ICOs are Not.

            PANEL - TBA

            We have invited a group of Chinese ICO and Blockchain experts to talk about the scene in China - why ICOs are currently all the rage. Will the government eventually step in or will they remain open to allow innovation to flourish in the Blockchain sector? Why are the Chinese so interested in Blockchain and ICO investments in general? And what is the state of Blockchain in China? China is a land of opportunities, presenting a great potential for almost every investor and business person. The Chinese population is increasing rapidly opening up chances for foreign investment, especially with the rise of the Chinese middle class, you can contribute to its market share by introducing unique and demanding products / services. Are ICOs with Chinese/Western partnerships a way to create new business opportunities in the land of the setting sun?  

            9:00 am
            Registration and Coffee at the Expo

            Registration and Coffee at the Expo

            An hour pre-event to register, mingle, sign up and get ready for the big day!

            10:00 am
            Token Exchanges and Digital Assets for Social & Economic Good: Some Provocations and Proposals

            KEYNOTE - John Clippinger Ph.D.

            John Clippinger from MIT gives us insight into tokenization and the potential of to create network value in new ways. He believes this new phenomenon has the potential to re-invent some of the most basic, sacrosanct and cherished beliefs and principles of industrial democracy and market capitalism. The introduction of cryptocurrencies and digital assets in general has forever transformed global finance and the role of central, commercial, investment, merchant and retail banks. It has also transformed currency and commodity exchanges by fundamentally changing how assets of any kind are verified, valued, priced, and exchanged. It has not only eliminated the need for third party intermediaries through the blockchain and decentralized and autonomous authentication, clearing, and verification, it has also introduced a new kind of highly mutable asset class, the “digital asset”, that can “shape shift” into any kind or combination of assets, eg. a dynamic derivative, depending upon data driven criteria that are overseen - autonomously by “smart contracts”.

            10:45 am
            VC and the Cryptocurrency Revolution – Engage or Deny ICOs?

            PANEL - Eddy Travia, Jamie Burke MODERATER - Christina Frankopan

            Venture capitalists, who generally have been standoffish to the ICO phenomenon are now becoming more interested for a number of reasons. One is profits – cryptocurrency investors are making huge returns on not only Bitcoin and Ether but also emerging cryptocurrencies born from ICOs. Ethereum doubled in just a few days in March. Yes in three days, people who invested in Ether doubled their money. Some cryptocurrency investors are earning massive ROI in weeks and this fact is spinning VC heads. Liquidity is the second reason VC are interested. Rather than tying up vast amounts of funds in a startup or Unicorn and waiting for the long play – an IPO or acquisition –  they can see gains quicker in ICOs and pull profits out easily.

            11:30 am
            Coffee Break

            Coffee Break

            Take a break, meet some folks and drink some coffee or tea.

            1 pm
            Networking Lunch

            Lunch

            Networking Lunch at 13:00-14:00

            12:00 pm
            Meet the People Doing ICOs, Not Talking About Them

            PANEL - George Mcdonaugh, Moderator - Jake Vartanian

            Meet some of those who have done ICOs or planning to do an ICO in the near future. For Blockchain startups it’s a win-win - there’s no equity stakeholders breathing down their necks and there’s many feel there’s finally a solution for non profit foundations who want to build open source software to find capital. As they hold a percentage of the total cryptocurrency in circulation (usually 10-20 percent) they also have a vested interest in building more value.Over 270 million dollars has been raised in ICOs since 2013 according to Smith and Crown (not including the $150 million raised in The DAO which was returned).  Since 2013 there’s been about two billion dollars invested in Blockchain and Bitcoin startups from the VC community. ICOs are becoming more and more popular for startups seeking to get out of the self-funding, bootstrapping starvation mode and avoid being locked in by venture capitalists and watching their equity drowned in a sea of rounds. ICOs are dominating the overall crowdfunding charts in terms of funds raised with half the top 20 raises coming from the crypto-community.

            130 pm
            Marketing 101 – How to Promote a Token Launch

            Marketing 101 - Bounty Programmes and SMM

            Marketing can make or break a token launch campaign. Marketing tactics in the cryptosphere range from signature bounty campaigns and slack channels, to tapping into traditional institutional investors. As this landscape is rapidly evolving, we have brought together the most forward-thinking minds in the CryptoFinancing community to discuss various growth and awareness opportunities for ICOs. Not only will we discuss where success has been found so far, but we will also speak to how these experts see the future of the space developing. Other points will include providing job opportunities to people in emerging countries, and the power of international campaigns.

            12:30 pm
            Keynote: Blockchain Capital and The World’s First VC ICO

            Keynote: TBA

            American Brock Pierce and his VC team from Blockchain Capital recently decided to take a chance at disrupting their own industry by doing their own ICO - the world's first KYC AML compliant crowdsale. He raised 20 percent of his firm's next fund by selling digital tokens to investors last week, pulling in $10 million in six hours. But it was not that easy– he had to incorporate the entity doing the ICO in Singapore and utilise Regulation S and D exemptions with the SEC in order to raise money from international investors as well as domestic investors. For the US, that limited them to a mere 99 accredited American investors while the rest of the world could invest as much as they want.   “It's my belief that in the next 10 or 20 years no startup in the world will be financed in any way other than as a token, Pierce told American Banker.

            11 am
            Creating New Possibilities of Value Through Digital Token Design

            KEYNOTE - Jake Vartantian

            With the sudden influx of token launches, very little innovation has taken place in the design of token models and ecosystems.  While the lack of variation may produce the same result of the offering party, i.e. capitalization, recent launches such as TokenCard  and Bancor Protocol have shown that new possibilities in the design of the token model itself can both return and create new value for the investor or contributor, as first proposed by Friedrich von Hayek in The Denationalization of Money. This talk will both explore some recent innovations and experiments, as well as address a broad overview of the philosophy of value creation in token design itself.

            2 pm
            Regulation and Self-Regulation in the CryptoFinancing World

            PANEL - TBA

            Regulation and/or Self Regulation? ICOs are the Wild West of financing – they sit in a grey zone where the SEC in the USA and many other regulatory bodies are still investigating. The main problem is, most ICOs don’t actually offer equity in the venture,  therefore are outside of traditional legal frameworks when it comes to securities. They only offer discounts on cryptocurrency before they hit the exchanges after the ICO, therefore do not fit into the current definition of a security. Secondly, they are global instruments, not national ones and they are funded using Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies which are not controlled by any central authority or bank. Anyone can invest and they can even do so pseudo-anonymously. Currently there’s no Anti-Money Laundering (AML) or Know Your Customer (KYC) framework though some companies are working on that such as Tokenmarket, who has teamed up with the Stock Market of Gibraltar to offer KYC and AML compliant ICOs.

            5 pm
            Networking and Drinks

            Networking and Drinks - TBA

            Networking and Drinks TBA

            4 pm
            Cryptovalley in Zug, Switzerland and Domiciling your ICO

            KEYNOTE - TBA

            Cryptovalley is centred in the Swiss canton of Zug offers a unique area to live and create, where innovation, traditional values, multicultural mindset, economy and nature meet.  Companies domiciled here include the Ethereum Foundation, Melonport AG, Modum.io, Monetas AG, SingularDTV, Shapeshift and many others. Cryptocurrencies, Blockchain, Digital Identities/ Certificates, encryption algorithms and other innovative technologies drive the social and economic process of digitalization. They foster the free and uncomplicated B2B and B2C exchange of goods and value and suppert they support stability, trust and security in the web and in the economy. Zug offers well educated knowledge workers, stability and an excellent infrastructure with a high standard of living, high security and a beautiful clean environment. Zug also offers a unique level of creativity, a robust platform for innovative growth due to an unusually open mindset of local stakeholders (government, education, tax authorities, Venture Capital, etc.), and an easily accessible network to many leading global companies headquartered based in the canton.

            12 pm
            Open Source Software, Foundations and Structuring the Project

            KEYNOTE - Richard Kastelein

            For Blockchain startups it’s a win-win - there’s no equity stakeholders breathing down their necks and there’s many feel there’s finally a solution for non profit foundations who want to build open source software to find capital. As they hold a percentage of the total cryptocurrency in circulation (usually 10-20 percent) they also have a vested interest in building more value. Kastelein will talk about the how ICOs are the future of crowdfunding and crowdsourcing as well as some ways to structure ICOs and where to domicile them. 

            9 am
            ICO Software – Tools and Platforms to Run an Token Sale

            PANEL - TBA

            In the beginning ICOs were announced on Bitcointalk and managed using one-off bespoke software that is expensive to build and manage. However there are several emerging players in the market who are offering end to end platforms and new governance systems to manage anything from small token sales to full blown DAOs. This panel has some of these emerging companies and they will explain to you why the industry needs more platforms and structure to help streamline and consolidate the processes which bring new ideas to market via ICO funding.

            10 am
            ICOs and Due Dilligence – Slamming the Scammers

            PANEL - TBA

            What traditional investors don’t like is regulatory uncertainty, high valuations and over-capitalization, lack of controls and lack of business use cases. And like any industry, the ICO arena has had its fair share of outright scams, pump and dumps and blatant Ponzi schemes.  However much of the criminal activity is now being mitigated by self-organised crowdsourced due diligence in the community and external parties such as ICO Countdown, Smith and Crown and ICO Rating who perform deep analysis on the ICOs and are helping stomp out the scammers.  The community also does their own crowdsourced due dilligence on a number of forums such as BitcoinTalk and Reddit and often drill down deeply doing some of the best investigative work

            12 pm
            Blockchain Capital and The World’s First VC ICO

            KEYNOTE - TBA

            Blockchain Capital plans to do something that could change the way companies get funded—and perhaps even the way they operate. Instead of an Initial Public Offering, in which a company sells stock via a regulated exchange like Nasdaq, the San Francisco-based VC firm is making an Initial Coin Offering, selling its own digital token as a way of raising money for its latest venture fund. Anyone who buys a token will be buying into the fund. The firm will raise funds through the creation and sale of a blockchain-based token called "BCAP". The company plans to initiate the sale via an ICO, and tokens will represent shares of a new fund that is being created and which will be called Blockchain Capital III Digital Liquid Venture Fund, LP. This type of token sale is a first for venture capital funds and represents the latest in a trend among token creators. What is behind this trend and what does Blockchain Capital hope to gain from this venture?

            1 pm
            Networking Lunch

            Networking Lunch

            Networking Lunch at 13:00-14:00

            2 pm
            Digit Asset Portfolio Management

            PANEL - TBA

            Building a digital asset portfolio today is reserved for those who have time to manage many private keys and passwords. There are multiple pathways towards a more sustainable solution that would be accessible to a wider range of people. This panel will explain the various paths that different projects are taking to securing user’s funds and exposing them to wide spectrum of what is available in the cryptospace. Some of the key discussion in this panel will be focused around centralized vs decentralized storage, representation of the price of stored tokens utilizing various price oracles, and fair models for performance fees amongst fund managers.

            3 pm
            Cryptocurrency Investors – Whales Tales, Traders, Speculators and the Cryptocommunity

            KEYNOTE - TBA

            Who's investing in these ICOs and why? Here we have one of the world's top experts on ICOs talk about the community that invests, why they are investing and what kind of returns they are making on their investments. Less than 1000 people own 1000 or more Bitoin and some own into the tens of thousands worth tens of millions of euro, pounds and dollars. Most are in China. Who are the people in the cryptocommunity and why are gambling on ICOs?

            4 pm
            ICOs in China – Gambling in China is Officially Illegal. ICOs are Not.

            PANEL - TBA

            We have invited a group of Chinese ICO and Blockchain experts to talk about the scene in China - why ICOs are currently all the rage. Will the government eventually step in or will they remain open to allow innovation to flourish in the Blockchain sector? Why are the Chinese so interested in Blockchain and ICO investments in general? And what is the state of Blockchain in China? China is a land of opportunities, presenting a great potential for almost every investor and business person. The Chinese population is increasing rapidly opening up chances for foreign investment, especially with the rise of the Chinese middle class, you can contribute to its market share by introducing unique and demanding products / services. Are ICOs with Chinese/Western partnerships a way to create new business opportunities in the land of the setting sun?  

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